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February 8, 1952

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The Chicago Heights Star i
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To Play in Music Festival! Miss Florence M. Dangremond, instrumental music supervisor in the Chicago Heights grade schools, will take some 50 young musicians to the fifth annual Northern Illinois Grade School Orchestra festival in Whcaton on Saturday, February 23, according to an announcement from festival headquarters. Miss Dangiemond has been active in the sponsorship of these outstanding festivals and her young people have always played a prominent part in the events. Leading midwestern musicians have declared these festivals, in which several hundred musicians from 16 noithcrn Illinois communities paiticipate, to be of the highest value in youth education. j Play for Ratings I On festival day. the morning ! sessions in Wheaton high school j will be given over to ensemble playing, when quartets, trios and other small groups, fiom the vaiious participating schools will be heard in competition for favorable ratings from the festival judges. Luiung the afternoon, a full orchestia from each school will play a short concert under its own director, and also for ratings from the judges, and the evening will be given over to a gala festival concert under the direction of Sylvan Ward, outstanding Chicago conductor, teacher and composer. xj'even members of Miss Dan- premond's Chicago Heights or, *»i b j n p bpen selected for places in the 135-piece festival orchestra which will provide the evening concert at the festival. These young people ha\e already been attending special rehearsals in Oak Park and Maywood under Mr. Ward's direction in preparation for this festival, wjjll attend another rehearsal next Sunday, and \\ill polish things up in 'a dress rehearsal the day before the festival is to be held. List Players Edward Cialkowski, Barbara Wallace, Doris Nelson and Aldo Ambrosini, all eighth graders, have been chosen for pjaces in the first violin section of the festival orchestra. Argia Jacobucci. eighth grader, and Barbara Hansen, seventh grader^will play in the second violin section, and eighth grader Joan Wood has bene made a member of the viola section. ^ Maureene Menges, cellist; Edna Jaracz, string bass player, and Jack Klanck, trumpeter, are other eighth graders who will play, and sixth grader Robert Erickson has earned a place in the French horn section of the orchestra. The seventh and eighth giaders all attend Washington school, and Robert Erickson goes to Grant school The festival will be open to the public. THE STAR'S Chicago Heights phones: Dial SKyline 5-6161. Pupils to Give Voice, Dance Recital Sunday Pupils of Mrs. Elizabeth bnaw of homewood will participate in a voice and dance recital to be piesented by the Musart school of music in Chicago Heights Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. Each pupil will sing two songs. The program will be as follows: Penny McClurg of Park Forest, "Just Been Wond'ring" and "Some E n c h a n t e d Evening"; Betty Piet of Chicago Heights, "TJamour Toujour Eamour* and "If God Left Only You"; Norrene Bucholz of Steger, "A Heart That Is Free" and "My Hero"; Karen Berke of Homewood, "Golden Slumbers" and "Merry Widow Waltz." Barbara Berke of Homewood, "Un Bel Di" and "Make Believe"; Pauline Carignan of Park Forest, "Alleluia" and "Me and My Shadow"; Nancy Killmer of Homewood, "Pres des Remparts de" and "Love Is Where You Find It"; Jackie Richards of Chicago Heights, "Undecided" and "I Loye Those Dear Hearts." Glencla Larimer of Chicago Heights, "Slow Poke" and "How Deeo Is the Ocean"; Norman Wadman of Homewood, "With a THE STAR: Part 1 Song in My Heart" and "Without a Song"; Frances Fahrenthold of Homewood; "Wunderbar" and "Loveliest Night of the Year." Ted Sieber of Chicago will be accompanist. 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